CAPRI TOURISM WILL BE REGULATED

Nik Fes -
After Venice, the Italian holiday island of Capri is considering closing its barriers for tourists. The aim of the Capri tourism authorities is to regulate the number of visitors at certain places on ...

AZERBAIJAN TOURISM AUTHORITIES REJOICE OVER AN INCREASE

Cecilia Garland -
Last year, Azerbaijan tourism industry was boosted by 2.25 million tourists. One third of them were Russians, as reported by the State Statistics Committee....

RUSSIAN TOURISTS BOOST SPANISH TOURISM AGAIN

Theodore Slate -
Nearly a million Russian tourists visited Spain between January and November 2016, 1.8% more than in the previous year, a figure that is rebounding from the lows, although it is still far from the 1.5...

INTL TOURISTS IN ST. PETERSBURG OUTNUMBER DOMESTIC VISITORS

Pat Hyland -
The number of foreign tourists in St. Petersburg has exceeded the number of Russian tourists for the first time. According to the Tourism Development Committee, 3.7 million people visited the city fro...

CHINESE TOURISTS IN AUSTRALIA GET SECOND-CLASS TREATMENT

Richard Moor -
Chinese tourists in Australia are treated like second-class citizens according to a travel expert. Visitors from China are charged much more for visas than European and American tourists. Such policy ...
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